Hailed as being a “superior [and] excellent” violinist (The Flint Jounal), Hyun Jeong Helen Lee has captivated audiences throughout the United States, Canada and Asia. Leading into her conservatory career, she attended the Interlochen Center of Arts in the summer of 2009. While there, she was concertmaster of the World Youth Symphony Orchestra for two terms. As a soloist, she has performed with the Chichibu Festival Orchestra, Royal Oak Symphony Orchestra, and The Boston Conservatory String Ensemble as winner of the String Ensemble Concerto Competition. Furthermore, Helen was a winner of The Boston Conservatory’s prestigious String Honors Competition. Helen has also performed in masterclasses for various artists, including Phillipe Quint, Jorja Fleezanis and Joseph Silverstein. She has recently finished her Undergraduate Degree at The Boston Conservatory where she studied with Markus Placci, and is currently studying with Weigang Li of the celebrated Shanghai Quartet as part of the John J. Cali School of Music Graduate Quartet in Residence Program. Helen performs on a prize-winning violin by Geoffrey Ovington and a C. H. Bazin bow, lent by the maker himself.